Leadership & Governance

An Educational ‘Booster Shot’ for America’s Labor Force

Van Ton-Quinlivan, vice chancellor, California Community Colleges

July 24, 2017

By Julia Schmalz

Van Ton-Quinlivan, vice chancellor for work-force and economic development for the California Community Colleges, says colleges need to form partnerships with employers to help “stranded workers” get back into the job market.

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This video is related to The Chronicle’s latest report, “The Future of Work: How Colleges Can Prepare Students for the Jobs Ahead,” which includes predictions from economists and technology experts on the labor market; insight from employers on the skills they are looking for among recent college graduates; and thoughts from college administrators on how career services must change. Purchase the report here.

Scott Carlson is a senior writer who covers the cost and value of college. Email him at scott.carlson@chronicle.com.